Each contestant is standing at opposite ends of the dark room with a very large two-way mirror between them.
A reality show in which contestants meet and get acquainted in a completely dark room before selecting to see one of their dates in the light, and deciding whether to pursue the relationship further.
Throughout the show, the host, Rossi Morreale, provides the men and women with additional insights by providing personality profiles showing which contestants are their best matches and also allowing them to view items the others have brought to the house, such as items of clothing or luggage.
Other episodes include sketch artists drawing contestants' impressions of each other.
Two new writers joined the writing staff, Larry Charles and Peter Mehlman, who would continue to write for the show in later seasons.
Even though season two started out with poor ratings, bringing the season to a two-month hiatus, the rest of the season was positively received by critics and was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards.
The season comprised 12 episodes, and concluded its initial airing on June 26, 1991.
It introduced a number of characters who played significant roles in later episodes, such as Jerry's Uncle Leo and Jerry's neighbor Newman.
American sitcom, starring Eric Mc Cormack and Debra Messing (subtitles) (repeat)Art historian Professor Paul Binski presents an examination of Britain's religious architecture and culture, focusing on the treasures of Winchester Cathedral, the Norman showpiece designed to rival the glories of St Peter's in Rome (subtitles) (repeat)Ching-He Huang meets two estate agents from Bridlington.Filming of the show moved from Hollywood to Studio City, Los Angeles.One episode, "The Bet", remained unfilmed, as it was considered too provocative by the network, as well as several cast and crew members.After the one-on-one dates, each contestant can choose to invite another that they wish to see.The contestants enter the dark room for the final time and are revealed to each other one at a time.Season two of Seinfeld, an American television series created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, began airing on January 23, 1991, on NBC.